Indian shares end flat ahead of EU summit; reforms key


By Manoj Dharra MUMBAI, June 28 (Reuters) - Indian shares rose slightly on Thursday ahead of the EU summit later in the day, although hopes for policy reforms after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh temporarily assumed control of the finance ministry supported sentiment. Reuters reported Singh will seek within two to three weeks to clear up confusion over tax policy that has rattled investor confidence, a government official said on Thursday, including an "explanatory note" on portfolio ...

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